Historic Warwickshire. By T. Frost.--The wars of Athelbald and Cuthred. Kenilworth. By J. T. Page.--Anlaf of Northumbria at Tamworth. St. Wulfstan: a Warwickshire saint. By W. E. A. Axon.--The Coventry "Mysteries." By G. S. Tyack.--Lady Godiva. By W. H. Thompson.--Shakespeare at home. By S. Timmins.--The Shakespeare garden. By L. Grindon.--The Hathaway cottage at Shottery. By A. H. Wall.--"Drunken Bidford." By J. A. Langford.--Hereford and Norfolk at Coventry. By E. Lamplough.--Lawrence Sheriff, grocer, of Rugby. By W. H. P. Smith.--The gild of Holy Cross, Birmingham. By Miss T. Smith.--Trading gilds of the city of Coventry. By W. G. Fretton.--Wroth-money and Knightlow hill. By W. H. P. Smith.--The battle of Edgehill. By E. Lamplough.--Warwickshire folk-lore. By A. H. Wall.--Pooley Hall. By A. E. Cokayne.--Glimpses of George Eliot's Warwickshire scenery. By J. C.Walters.--Index
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